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Video Recording of CLIMATE CHANGE AND ASHEVILLE’S URBAN FOREST SYMPOSIUM

These Trees photos and book by Ruthie Rosauer

Now Available! Video Recording of Climate Change & Asheville’s Urban Forest Symposium November 14, 2019

The Climate Change & Asheville’s Urban Forest Symposium, held on November 14, 2019, at A-B Tech was a huge success. An audience of 400 attended the event that included:

  • Overview of the Asheville Urban Tree Canopy Study, recently completed by Davey Resource Group,
  • Presentation on tree cover and the urban heat island effect in Asheville by the team from NASA DEVELOP,
  • Announcement of a tree canopy goal for Asheville by GreenWorks,
  • Keynote presentation by Cindi Sullivan of Trees Louisville, and
  • Panel presentation by experts on local impacts of and strategies for addressing climate change.

 

You can now watch the event, including exclusive, never-before-seen interviews with Jennifer Runkle and Ed Macie, recorded by Word on the Street videographers by clicking the button below.

 

Support GreenWorks’ Urban Forestry program by making a contribution today.

 
 

 

2 Sulphur Springs Road

Asheville, NC 28806

(828) 254-1776

ashevillegreenworks.org

 

Book title: These Trees

Photography and Poetry

Editor and Photographer: Ruthie Rosauer

Publisher: Rose River Press    Publication date: June 2017     Number of pages: 176      Price: $25

 

 

 

 

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